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Matthew Stafford wants to stay; Lions ready to pay?
Dave Birkett – Detroit Free Press
Just 25 and with a handful of team passing records, Stafford has made it abundantly clear that he wants to be a Lion for the foreseeable future.
The Lions, who have spent the past four seasons trying to construct their team around Stafford’s considerable skills, feel the same way.
That’s why it’s just a matter of time before the sides agree on a long-term deal that will keep Stafford in Detroit for years to come at a price that probably tops $100 million.
Jason Hanson all-time Detroit Lions great, but no Hall of Famer
Pat Caputo – The Oakland Press
There is only one full-time kicker in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Jan Stenerud, and in retrospect, there probably shouldn’t be any. There are no full-time punters. If the Pro Football Hall of Fame decides to change its views on kickers and punters, Hanson is going to have to get in line.
Tight ends the Lions might draft
Chris McCosky – The Detroit News
Chris McCosky of The Detroit News is taking a position-by-position look at players the Lions might have on their wish list in the upcoming NFL draft. Today: Tight ends.
Cleveland Browns and their fans adapt to a world bereft of PSL requirements
Tom Reed – The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Only the Detroit Lions have won fewer games than the Browns since 1999. But Lions season-ticket holders don’t need to fret over the impact of losing on their PSLs. They were never required to buy them.